Appalachian Trials - A Psychological and Emotional Guide to Successfully Thru-Hiking the Appalachian Trail

What is the most difficult part of thru-hiking the Appalachian Trail? Most assume that it's the physical challenge of hiking nearly 2,200 miles. It's not. In no uncertain terms, the psychological and emotional grind is why 7 in 10 hikers ultimately quit on the Appalachian Trail. APPALACHIAN TRIALS is the only resource aimed to equip hikers with the mindset necessary for a thru-hiking the AT. More

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http://AppalachianTrials.com Although there already exists a wealth of how-to information available to aspiring AT thru-hikers, all of these resources deal with logistics, gear, terrain, and physical training. There's a reason that 7 in 10 hikers quit on the Appalachian Trail, and it's NOT because they didn't have mail drops sent, they bought the wrong tent, or they were out of shape.

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